Indian specialists have arrived in Russia to train on the use of “S-400” anti-air missiles, the first of which is expected to be received by India by the end of 2021.
It is noteworthy that New Delhi announced in 2015 its intention to acquire the “S-400”, and it signed an agreement to supply 5 regiments of the “S-400” system during the visit of Russian President Vladimir Putin to India in October 2018. The value of the agreement is estimated at $ 5.53 billion. .
It is noteworthy that the “S-400 Triumph” anti-air missile system uses a wide range of missiles, making it a multi-mission system. The system is capable of destroying stealth aircraft at a great distance, directing 160 missiles, and destroying up to 80 targets at one time, which is more than twice the capabilities of competing systems.